They be asking me for original artwork and I be like…

Irrigating the (Food) Desert: A Tale of Gentrification in D.C.



(Source: ethiopienne)







Neo-Nazis get their shit pushed in by native american grandmothers, who then capture their flag, take selfies with it, and then burn it.
Neo Nazi status: Wrekt.

Fav 4ever

You will never be as cool as these grandmothers.

literally the most punk rock thing on my dash ever. Nazi Punks fuck off

literally these grannies will beat out every single white dudebro in a game of CAPTURE THE FLAG

when I grow up I hope to be as badass as these women


A History of the clear line, or ligne claire or klare lijn.

Ligne claire (French for “clear line”) is a style of drawing pioneered by Hergé, the Belgian creator of The Adventures of Tintin. It uses clear strong lines of uniform importance. Artists working in it do not use…


Andy Stapp, Soldier Who Tried to Unionize the Military, Dies at 70
By William Yardley, New York Times
Andy Stapp, who expressed his opposition to the Vietnam War by joining the Army and proceeding to do a very unmilitary thing — form a union among soldiers that demanded, among other things, the right to elect officers and reject what they viewed as illegal orders — died on Sept. 3 in Manhattan. He was 70.
His wife, Deirdre Griswold, said the cause was complications of a lung infection.
At its peak in the early 1970s, the union that Mr. Stapp formed, the American Servicemen’s Union, claimed to have tens of thousands of members. It issued membership cards, published a newspaper and helped form chapters at military bases, on ships and in Vietnam.
Although the Army never came close to recognizing the union formally, it certainly recognized it as a problem. Mr. Stapp brought colorful idealism to his counterintuitive cause, and the Army did what it could to silence him.

たまねぎ剣士Onion Knight(Big Black & White version)
This one is inspired by the powerful drawings of Angie Wang (and the last CR Fashion Book Issue)